The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A visually stunning and contemplative piece of work.
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The impression this movie leaves is profound: Here is an artist who sees things whole.
This is as close to a Zen experience as the movies offer.
A balm for the soul and a reminder that even in the frenetic city, the cosmos has its own steady pendulum.
The picture's extraordinary beauty is inescapable.
As with most collections of short stories, some are more interesting than others. And the pacing is extremely slow -- almost meditative.
With its heart-stopping setting, gorgeous images and a lovely little story, it's as fresh as woodland dew.
Kim invites us, like the mountain-top Buddha, to see a wider panorama wherein human transgressions, though neither overlooked nor indeed excused, form part of a bigger picture.
A singular picture, an exploration of spirituality that conveys lessons large and small.
There are moments here that you will love and remember.
Precious few movies are so agog with wonder at the absolute majesty of nature.
Truly remarkable, this is the most accessible of his films, to be sure, but there remains an edge that makes it all the more remarkable when the film settles in to be simply quiet and beautiful. Exceptional.
As the Buddhists might say, you have to experience it firsthand; reading about it is not enough
Not as offbeat as I was expecting (hence the "Not Interested" rating previously), but tolerable enough. Decided to give it a go, and found it relatively better than some other recent movies I risked watching!!
One I watched in several sittings, which means I probably lost a little of the continuity throughout.
This film could almost qualify as a silent movie, with the focus on the visual impact of the setting, characters actions and the spiritual training and then through the changing of seasons and characters.
An enjoyable film, but can't quite put my finger on why!
Words describing my experience in watching this film: temporal, peaceful, freeflowing, organized, minimalistic. It moved while staying still. The camerawork was the very picture of Zen. I loved the cyclical nature of everything. However, it was boring.
I must watch this again. And again.
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